Amnesty Art

Amnesty International Art

Our year 5 and 6 pupils had the opportunity to work with Gill Taylor, a local Art specialist, to create pieces of art work centred on 'Amnesty International.' At Whiston Willis Primary Academy, we strongly believe that our children should have a voice and that voice should be heard. The children created small pieces of art, reflecting the rights we should all have as human beings. 

The children worked collaboratively, creating small sections which then came together to form a large piece. Each small piece depicts one of the human rights each and every individual is and should be entitled to. The children explored a variety of artistic mediums, such as collage, creating different textures, drawing, painting and using inks on silk. This impressive piece of art is now on display in our Key Stage 2 building to remind all pupils of these human rights.

We shared pictures and descriptions of our artwork with our French partner school and they responded with photographs and an account of their recent class visit to an art gallery.

 

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